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Feb 24, 2013 9:30am EST
and the rights of those with disabilities internationally and in the u.s. every level of government. our fourth panelist is seated on your left. he is the professor of public policy and director of the center for workforce development of rutgers -- at rutgers state university. it is a superb group of individuals to take part in our conversation today. i want to begin with you, joan, and ask from the corporate perspective when you have seen about what it is like to bring people with disabilities in, the possibilities and challenges. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for this opportunity. i am thrilled for the level of focus of this issue is being given today. congratulations to everyone on that. from 2004 to 2009, when i managed an initiative within j.p. morgan chase that took a look at people with disabilities and how we reflect them across the firm in the full spectrum with our products, services, policies, and procedures. it started with the tone at the top. our ceo, corporate senior executives, business executives, managers throughout the firm, that was the directive. this is where we're
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